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UNC ranks 4th when it comes to Olympic tradition
The University of North Carolina is considered one of the top universities in the country when it comes to the Olympics. According to Olympic U,...

Vote: Best of North Carolina
ESPN SportsCenter is spending the summer searching for stories. For 50 days, beginning on July 17 with Massachusetts and wrapping up with Wisconsin on Sep...

Indi Cowie is the world’s best freestyle soccer player and can prove it
Indi Cowie is the best freestyle soccer player in the world and she has the paperwork to prove it. Cowie was recently named as the...

Tobin Heath Helps U.S. Rally Past France In Olympic Soccer Opener
The U.S. Women's National Team earned a huge three points with a 4-2 victory against France in the first Group G match for both countries...

UNC Well Represented in London Olympics
A total of 91 former and current ACC student-athletes and coaches will represent 26 nations in the upcoming 2012 London Olympics. The group, which includes...

Tar Heels Open Olympics Early In United Kingdom
Three former Tar Heels are helping kick off the London Olympics before the games officially open on Friday. Women’s soccer early round play begins Wednesday...

Tobin Heath Olympic Blog: "We want to do something extraordinary"
The Olympics are the catalyst for the extraordinary in sports. There's an unexplainable energy, enthusiasm and excitement that makes the most ordinary sporting events the...

Tar Heel Robyn Gayle Headed To London Olympics
Robyn Gayle, a 2008 UNC alumna, has been added to the Canadian Soccer Team Roster for the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England. Gayle played...

UNC Looks Forward to a Brutal Season of Women's Soccer
UNC's early women's soccer schedule is brutal. They have road games against perennial powers Portland and Notre Dame, face last year's tournament teams Marquette and...

Tar Heels Finish 4th in Directors Cup
The University of North Carolina's runner-up finish at the College Baseball World Series clinched fourth place for the Tar Heels in the 2006 NACDA Directors...

Q & A: FC Dallas defender Matt Hedges
Matt Hedges transferred from Butler to UNC for the 2011 soccer season. He was a stalwart on the Tar Heels' back line, starting all 26...

Weekend Watch: June 29 - July 1
It's hot. Forecasts have the Triangle reaching highs of around 106(!) this weekend. So stay cool and check out some of the things on tap...

Tar Heels 8th In Final Directors' Cup Standings
Led by the men's soccer national championship and field hockey's second consecutive national runner-up finish, UNC placed eighth in the final Learfield Sports Directors' Cup...

ACC to be well-represented at London Olympics
Opening ceremonies for the London Olympics are a little more than a month away, and already, the ACC is building a large contingent of current...

Mia Hamm named top female athlete of past 40 years
Mia Hamm's career was indeed a gift -- to her sport, to her country and to her causes. She helped put women's soccer on the...

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